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You might have noticed your favourite burger bar has been getting a makeover this summer. Well we have even better news for you - we’ve bulked up the burger menu to give you even greater choice, with a number of vegetarian and vegan additions.
While some items have been taken off the menu, you’ll still be able to get your hands on a potato dog (phew) and the award-winning pies from Pieminister. We’ve also added a breakfast menu (and a banging ‘Bap and a Brew’ deal), so if you’re looking for an early morning pick-me-up, Tommy’s is the place to be!
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Last month the College introduced a 20p charge to all hot drinks purchased in a disposable cup in their outlets across campus, in a bid to discourage us all from using single-use disposable cups, many of which are not biodegradable.
We’ve decided to take a more radical approach and have slashed the price of our hot drinks, to offer the cheapest coffee on campus at just £1.00. These prices have been drawn up based on our customers using reusable cups, as we’re pretty keen to do our bit for the Earth.
Clem Jones, your SU president for 2018/19, is super passionate about tackling climate change, and ensuring we reduce our environmental impact. Much like Paddy McGuiness, we’re putting the power in your hands, as we let you decide how much you want to charge customers who use a disposable cup. Will it be 20p or 50p? It’s your call! Read more and cast your vote in Clem’s blog article.
As a charity, we need to make sure that we balance the books to ensure we are operating in a sustainable way. Unfortunately this means that we sometimes have to make some tough decisions regarding our prices. While we have introduced discounted tickets for our club night events through the app, we have had to increase the price of some food and drinks in Tommy’s.
We’re not here to pull the wool over your eyes, and we always like to be transparent and honest with you in everything we do. That’s why we believe it’s the right thing to be up front with you about these rises instead of trying to sneak them in.
Remember, we’re a not-for-profit charity and any surplus we do generate through our trading services goes towards funding things like our Advice Centre and student groups. You can find a broad overview of our finances: our budget, how decisions are taken, and what the impact of those decisions might be on our Value For Money page.
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The Students’ Union, Royal Holloway
Egham, TW20 0EX